Wednesday, June 28, 2017

2017 iPhone Photography Award Winners

Digital Photography Review reports: [edited]

When the iPhone Photography Awards were established in 2007, the first iPhone had just been released and its 2MP images were... well, they were nothing to write home about. Fast-forward to 2017, and the winners of this year's 10th annual IPPAs are stunning, taking full advantage of a decade's technological advancement.

[Ed. One of the article’s comments sums things up nicely: "My first 35mm camera was a Konica Auto S2 purchased at a PX in Vietnam in 1966 for $35. Still have it, still works. My iPhone 7+ takes photos of comparable IQ, fits in a shirt pocket, always with me, has date and time, GPS data, and can be transmitted instantly. Also movies, panorama, HDR. Memory cards support near infinite capacity. Apps provide PP, and EXIF info."]

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